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Mar 13, 2011 11:00am EDT
we could do even more. we're cleaner, domestic, abundant and ready now. we're america's natural gas. the smarter power today. learn more at >>> it is when you quit right down to it, a pretty crude stunt to impersonate someone else with a tape recorder running. a couple of weeks ago, a buffalo blogger got scott walker to say some embarrassing things who believed he was talking to one of the billionaire coch brothers. this time, james o'keefe orchestrating a meeting with ron schiller who thought he was dining with a group of muslims offering the radio station $5 million. here is some of what schiller said. >> the current republican party, tea party is fanatically involved in people's personal lives and very fundamental christian and i wouldn't even call it christians. this weird, evangelical kind of move. it's been hijacked by this group. and we are watching people, radical, radical, islama phobic, xenophobic -- i mean basically they are -- they are, they believe white, middle america gun-toting, scary. >> and the chief executive quickly condemned the remarks. >> the comments
Mar 6, 2011 11:00am EST
off your rocker? >> the catch phrase is i'm not bipolar i'm bi-winning. all of america has heard that. i don't know if he's bipolar. i'm not a doctor. a lot of people have been speculating snipe don't know if he is or not. it's kind of a unique situation to be sitting there with a guy who is famous television star making all this money even though cbs has now taken his show off the air for this season, and finding different ways to ask him whether he has taken leave of his senses. >> ah-ha. you know one thing i heard since all of this unfold some of the different symptoms of someone who is bipolar. he has some of those symptoms. whether he is or not i don't know. it was kind of -- it was a little bit scary when i started to hear, you know, what a bipolar person, how they act. >> right. >> and part of the problem with charlie is that some of it is his sense of humor. he's really quick witted. he has all these one liners. you don't really know what part it -- you know is he off his rocker. >> how much so putting on for the show. he's been feeding off these interviews. you were the first
Mar 20, 2011 11:00am EDT
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Mar 27, 2011 11:00am EDT
america, really tough questions that have to be answered, like what is the mission? what is our role? how long are we going to be there? >> jon stewart was early to say, aren't we in two wars already and how come we're not going into yemen? the questions were not asked the day of. >> if this was a republican president, saying it's not a war while bombing the country, wouldn't they be going apock clip tick over at msnbc? >> i'm not sure. it is hard for the media, until people begin to expression opposition, to express opposition. >> i think that's not right. i think there was this suspension of disbelief in part and i give the media a little bit of a pass. because there's there was no run-up to the action, there was a lot of explaining to do. what are we doing? who's doing what? there's a predicate they have to set before they begin to comment. >> the new york times in the initialing story when the bombs starting dropping, raised questions. it is very hard for media to step outside official voices condemning this. it's very different. >> on your point, this is a war. this is america's
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